Category Archives: IJW 2012

All the post of the last edition of the International Journalism Week UAO CEU 2012

Tenth conference (2nd Marh -2012)

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Joan Francesc Fondevila
«Best practices in a new journalistic habitat: examples from Catalonia»
 

Ninth conference (2nd March – 2012)

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Joke Hautekiet and Nicolas Bijvoet
«21st century JNL ‘consumption’ via new devices and media applications (and how journalists have to take this into account)»

Our podcasts (2nd March – 2012)

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Joan Francesc Fondevila, Professor at the Abat Oliba CEU University, talks about the rules of entrepreneurship inside the media and also the threats it carries:
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Diane MacLean, Head of Journalism and Publishing at Edinburgh Napier University, expresses the conclusions she extracts from the International Journalism Week 2012:
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Impressions (2nd March – 2012)

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The fifth and final day of conferences at Abat Oliba CEU University came. On Friday, the floor was for Joke Hautekiet and Nicolas Bijvoet from Belgium, and also, for Joan Francesc Fondevila, professor at UAO, that introduced the best practices in a new journalistic habitat, in Catalonia.
The first lecture of the day was …

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Joan Francesc Fondevila

Joan Francesc Fondevila
Best Practices in a New Journalistic Habitat: Examples from Catalonia
 
The digital media is gaining presence and importance. Many believe that it is a matter of time for it to completely unseat traditional print media. Joan Francesc Fondevila, professor of Cyberjournalism and Digital Communication, explained all about this recent style of journalism.
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Eighth conference (1st March – 2012)

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Richard J. Roth
«Journalism and Journalism Education in the Arab World»

Seventh conference (1st March – 2012)

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Eduardo Cintra Torres
«Televised Tragedies»

Sixth conference (29th February – 2012)

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Joke Hautekiet and Nicolas Bijvoet
«21st century JNL ‘consumption’ via new devices and media applications (and how journalists have to take this into account)»

Fifth conference (29th February – 2012)

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Luc Hanegreefs
«Putting back the “D” in Journalism: drive and sense of adventure in Journalism students today»

Our podcasts (1st March – 2012)

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Eduardo Cintra, Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Human Sciences of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, describes the roles played in televised tragedies by the different society actors:
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Eduardo Cintra-Solution to tragedy exageration?
Student Jaume Vives comments on televised tragedy perception:
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Richard J. Roth, from the Northwestern University of Qatar, talks about Al …